Episode 036 - Tini Howard talks Grant Morrison's Batman
Joining us this week is comics writer Tini Howard to talk about Grant Morrison's run on Batman. Find Tini Howard on Twitter @TiniHoward Find us on Twitter @comicinebriated, Instagram @comicsinebriated --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/comics-inebriated/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/comics-inebriated/support
Writer Tini Howard joins Off Panel this week to chat about her new series on Substack, Phenomenocity. Howard discusses the interesting wrinkles to Substack, risks, launching off Knights of X, dialing back on social media, social media's role in Phenomenocity, collaborating with readers, real estate as a reward, her fascination with magic, being reader funded, the glory of Phillip Sevy, creating supporting content, what she learned from her previous work, the power of teammates, and more.
DECOMPRESSED v3 004: TINI HOWARD ON KNIGHTS OF X #1
Our Destiny of X series continues with Tini Howard, sitting down and telling us all about Knights of X, with words, and maybe hand gestures, you can't tell, this is a podcast. Theme tune is Los Campesinos' We Are Beautiful, We Are Doomed.
To celebrate the launch of Knights of X this coming Wednesday, I've decided to share this Patreon bonus episode with the world! This was originally published on April 1st for the House of Zaladane tier ($5/month) at patreon.com/cerebrocastIn this CEREBRO Secret File, Tini Howard chats with me about the end of Excalibur, the upcoming sequel Knights of X, her current run on Catwoman, and much much more. Please make sure you pick up Knights of X #1 this week, and preorder #2 at your local comic shop! We are in an unprecedented printing crisis and preorder numbers matter more than ever right now. I love this book and I think you will too. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
X-Lapsed Triple-Dip, Episode 9 - Excalibur by Tini Howard, Volume 2
Chris and Reggie's Cosmic Treadmill
This volume starts off pretty strong, with a two-parter that -- believe it or not, does NOT take place in Otherworld! Sadly, this is short-lived... and, I'm fairly certain we don't get another issue from this entire volume of Excalibur that doesn't deal with Otherworld... best enjoy it while it lasts! After that fun two-parter, we're back to business as usual... Fair This, Foul That, Crooked These, Opal Luna Those... it's our messy build-up to EcksofTens and Beyond... in that current-year Excalibur style! -- TIMESTAMPS: (00:00:00) Excalibur (vol.4) #7: "Verse VII: The Unspeakable and the Uneatable"(00:41:54) Excalibur (vol.4) #8: "Verse VIII: The Unspeakable and the Uneatable II"(01:24:58) Excalibur (vol.4) #9: "Verse IX: Schools of Magic"(02:15:19) Excalibur (vol.4) #10: "Verse X: A Crooked World"(03:02:55) Excalibur (vol.4) #11: "Verse XI: Blood of the Changeling"(03:31:28) Excalibur (vol.4) #12: "Verse XII: The Beginning" -- Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/xlapsed X-Lapsed Voicemail: 623-396-5375 (or, 623-396-JERK) Twitter: @acecomics / Instagram: @90sxmen email@example.com chrisandreggie.podbean.com The All-New, All-Different chrisisoninfiniteearths.com facebook.com/groups/90sxmen
X-Lapsed Triple-Dip, Episode 3 - Excalibur by Tini Howard, Volume 1
Chris and Reggie's Cosmic Treadmill
A world of fantasy and magic awaits... whether we want it or not. We're about to deep-dive on a book where it's ALL Otherworld, just about ALL the time. Maybe it'll make more sense in this Triple-Dip "collected" format? You'll have to let me know! So, get ready to join Betsy Britain, Ayyyyy, and the whole cast of Excalibur as they... do magic stuff, and muck around with weird royalty. -- TIMESTAMPS: (00:00:00) Excalibur (vol.4) #1: "Verse I: The Accolade of Betsy Braddock"(00:29:44) Excalibur (vol.4) #2: "Verse II: A Tower of Flowers"(01:03:58) Excalibur (vol.4) #3: "Verse III: Three Covenants"(01:31:45) Excalibur (vol.4) #4: "Verse IV: Fall Back and Think of England!"(02:09:34) Excalibur (vol.4) #5: "Verse V: Panic on the Streets of London"(02:36:56) Excalibur (vol.4) #6: "Verse VI: Watch the Throne" -- https://www.patreon.com/xlapsed X-Lapsed Voicemail: 623-396-5375 (or, 623-396-JERK) Twitter: @acecomics / Instagram: @90sxmen firstname.lastname@example.org chrisandreggie.podbean.com The All-New, All-Different chrisisoninfiniteearths.com facebook.com/groups/90sxmen
We got the chance to chat with writer Tini Howard and artist Nico Leon about their first DC Comics ongoing title, Catwoman! Their run picks up at Catwoman #39 which is out in store and wherever you buy comics now. We dive into how they're approaching their slice of Gotham, what themes they're exploring with Selina, how bringing her queerness back to the forefront was top of mind, and so much more. Make sure to check it out!
Episode 036: Monet St. Croix (feat. Tini Howard & Kendra James)
In the PLANET-SIZE Episode 36 of CEREBRO, Connor and Marvel's Tini Howard praise the perfection of Monet St. Croix! The unlikely breakout of the Generation X class, marvelous mean girl Monet transcended her intended story function to become a leading lady, star of the new book X-Corp. Writer Kendra James also joins Connor to talk about Monet's historical importance as a unique character in the X-Men franchise.The CEREBRO character file on Monet, Nicole, Claudette, and Penance begins at 1:26:35.The interview with Kendra James begins at 2:09:04.The interview with Tini Howard resumes at 3:02:49.(Content Advisory: Monet's story includes torture, mind control, suicidal ideation, a suicide attempt by another character, Islamophobia, ableism, spooky bone marrow vampire stuff, and general body horror.)Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
Episode 50: Playing in Somebody Else's Sandbox, ft. DELILAH DAWSON, TINI HOWARD, DAVID MACK, and MIKE CHEN
Worldbuilding for Masochists
For our fiftieth episode, we welcome an all-star panel of guests who write in major franchises! Delilah Dawson, Tini Howard, David Mack, and Mike Chen tell us what it's like to write for Star Wars, Star Trek, Marvel comics, and other IP worlds, from having seventeen editors to bringing their own perspectives and values to established universes. Transcript for Episode 50 (with special kudos to our scribes for taking on the challenge of differentiating seven different voices!) Our Guests: Delilah Dawson: Delilah S. Dawson is the New York Times bestselling writer of Star Wars: PHASMA, plus Galaxy’s Edge: Black Spire, The Secrets of Long Snoot, The Perfect Weapon, and Scorched; the Blud series, Servants of the Storm, the HIT series, Wake of Vultures and the Shadow series (as Lila Bowen), and a variety of short stories in anthologies such as Death & Honey, Robots vs. Fairies, Hellboy: an Assortment of Horrors, Violent Ends, Carniepunk, Three Slices, and Last Night a Superhero Saved My Life. With Kevin Hearne, she is the co-writer of the Tales of Pell series. Her next projects are MINE, a middle grade horror novel with Delacorte in Fall 2021 and THE VIOLENCE, a generational trauma tale set during a pandemic of random outbreaks of violence, out with Del Rey in 2022. Her comics credits include the creator-owned Ladycastle #1-4, Sparrowhawk #1-5, Star Pig #1-4, Firefly: The Sting, The X-Files Case Files: Florida Man #1-2, Adventure Time comics #66-69, Rick and Morty Presents: Pickle Rick, and Jim Henson's Labyrinth 2017 Special from BOOM! Studios, as well as stories in Star Wars Adventures #5, #6, #18, #25, and Star Wars: Forces of Destiny: Rose and Paige for IDW. Her most recent comics project is WELLINGTON, written with Aaron Mahnke of the Lore podcast. Delilah is the winner of the 2015 Fantasy Book of the Year from RT Book Reviews for WAKE OF VULTURES and the 2013 Steampunk Book of the Year and May Seal of Excellence for WICKED AS SHE WANTS. Her work has earned multiple stars from Kirkus, Publishers Weekly, Booklist, and Library Journal. She lives in Florida with her family. Tini Howard: Tini Howard is an American writer of comic books, essays, and at least one upcoming novel. Since 2018, she has been writing comics exclusively for Marvel, including Thanos: Zero Sanctuary, Strikeforce, and Excalibur from the best-selling Dawn of X. Tini's other graphic novel work spans several beloved properties, including Rick and Morty, GLOW, and Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. She has produced two graphic novels with IDW's Black Crown imprint — the critically-acclaimed Euthanauts with Nick Robles, and Assassinistas with Eisner Hall of Fame-inductee Gilbert Hernandez. She broke into comics in 2014 as a winner of the Top Cow Talent Hunt, which saw the publication of her first comic, Magdalena: Seventh Sacrament. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Blake, and their two sons Orlando and General Hugs, who are cats. David Mack: David Mack is the award-winning and The New York Times bestselling author of more than thirty-six novels and numerous short works of science-fiction, fantasy, and adventure, including the Star Trek Destiny and Cold Equations trilogies. Mack’s writing credits span television (for episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), film, and comic books. His latest novels are The Shadow Commission, the final volume of his Dark Arts trilogy published by Tor books; and his long-postponed Star Trek novel More Beautiful Than Death. His newest projects include the short story “Fiasco” in the pulp-homage anthology Thrilling Adventure Yarns 2021, and a new novel, Star Trek: Coda, Book III: Oblivion’s Gate, coming November 30, 2021. He currently works as a consultant on the upcoming animated television series Star Trek: Prodigy. Mack resides in New York City with his wife, Kara. Mike Chen: Mike Chen is the author of We Could Be Heroes, Here And Now And Then (a finalist for Goodreads Choice - Best Sci-Fi, CALIBA Golden Poppy, and the Compton Crook Award) and A Beginning At The End ("a brilliant, fragile path through the darkness" -- Library Journal). His short fiction is featured in Star Wars: From A Certain Point Of View -- The Empire Strikes Back, and he has covered geek culture for sites such as Tor.com, The Mary Sue, and StarTrek.com. In a previous life, he covered the NHL for Fox Sports, SB Nation, and other outlets. A member of SFWA, Mike lives in the Bay Area with his wife, daughter, and rescue animals.